7 posts • joined 22 Nov 2011
I honestly can't understand why a bigger fuss hasn't been made.
We are not talking about an innocent little debug feature left in, or security hole by accident... This is a feature that was named Backdoor (all be it in reverse)... it was there and intended to be there.
Sort of makes me scared and wonder how many other devices have this sort of "feature" built in.
Disk drives and switches!?
Intel does SSDs and Switches!
(Granted not core/main switches any more... but still good/capable switches!)
VMWare is just too bloody expensive.
I am all for going green/virtualising to save money and more - but, I just can't see any more how companies save money or resources by doing it.
For very small environments, just using the free ESX is absolutely great and it has saved me much money in the past, but, for a new project at work, I have been evaluating Vsphere as I really want the FT feature.... With the smallest support option, it is still over £3,000 per processor - I just can't justify it when we can buy extra servers for less.
Average cost per employee
5000 people on average cost £150,000 each? (obviously including bonuses and everything).... but still wow...
Let me get this right...
If Google are allowed to add anything that is public, does this mean that if there are any big unavailable areas, it is a secret facility!?
Or you can just do what we do at work and have the best of both worlds- give everyone a laptop, keyboard + mouse and an external screen.
You can keep your machine on the desk and all the benefits of a normal machine, with the added benefit that you can take the machine home at the end of the day / do work on the train!
Next article - Ipad isn't a viable desktop replacement, Wireless is rubbish compared to wired... Almost everything has a time/place!
I just looked at OCUK! I can't see one with that spec at that price! ... Can you give a link as I am urgently looking for a new IPS monitor!
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